Virtual Classroom Training: Absolute Basics of Laser Diffraction Analysis (LDA)

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Module 4 of the Absolute Basics of Physical & Structural Properties of Molecules course.

Course summary

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Experience level: Intermediate
  • Course type: Generic, applicable to all instrumentation
  • Teaching method: Online via live video, with instrument parts & consumables to see
  • Course venue: Virtual Classroom
  • Onsite/offsite/online availability: Arrange this course just for you
  • Scheduled course price: £100 + VAT per delegate
  • Course discount: RSC and CAMS members receive a discount on this course*

What will you learn on this course?

This module is a perfect introduction for absolute beginners to Laser Diffraction Analysis (LDA). The course will cover the what, why, where, when and how of Laser Diffraction Analysis (LDA).

  • What is Laser Diffraction Analysis (LDA)?
  • Why do we use LDA? How could it help solve problems and what answers could it give?
  • When do we use LDA? What types of analytes and samples can you use LDA for?
  • How does LDA work? and what instrumentation is available?
  • Where do we use LDA? Which applications to answer what questions?

Learning outcomes

  • You will learn about the different types of LDA
  • You will understand the definition of LDA
  • You will learn the principles & limitations of the techniques
  • You will learn about the principles and components of LDA instrumentation
  • You will learn the purpose and principles of data analysis
  • You will learn about different sampling techniques for LDA
  • You will learn about a number of industries and their application of LDA

Who is this course for?

  • Beginners - those new to Laser Diffraction Analysis.
  • Analysts or Technicians looking for a refresher in these techniques.
  • Lab Managers and Line Managers - those who are responsible for the instruments or the analysts using them.
  • Data Analysts and Report Writers - technical specialists who aren't using the instruments but are using data from them.
  • Service Engineers and Consultant Engineers - those who look after or recommend the use of these instruments but don't have the chemistry background or chemistry viewpoint.
  • Those involved in the Sales or Marketing of these instruments, their consumables or their use for analysis - e.g. manufacturers, contract labs, media companies.

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